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... to get here from the highway so it's a bit remote. We will likely hibernate in the sun for a few days, and enjoy our last few days of family fun.
There is a really neat BBQ type thing here...cooked some salmon on it tonight. It was so fun!
I'm really looking forward to being home in a few days!
Now back to the pool....
Today dawned bright and sunny.
Els Ports campsite is new to ACSI and only charges 12e per night. As it is so remote there is no WiFi. There were several MH's there when we arrived, Dutch, Spanish and French. Checking in was interesting as the owner and his wife only spoke Spanish!
The Spanish teenagers were still running around shouting to each other at 4am + this morning! Luckily we had already decided to move on.
Vilanovapark is a very large, very well organised site with mostly statics and chalets. It is immaculately kept, like a lovely park, with 2 outdoor ...
... than others! All I will say is that John had wet feet more times than I did.
We stopped for lunch at a refugio and then started to head back. It was mainly downhill on the ride back which would have been great if my front brakes hadn’t packed up and my back brakes not working very well. I ended up having to walk down the steeper bits worried that I wouldn’t be able to slow down if I needed to. To add to this, John got a slow ...
... s a beautiful old coastal town, popular as a Spanish holiday destination. We are on a site which is 5 mins from a 5 Km beach, has great showers etc, free Wi-Fi and a swimming pool … all for £5 a night. As you can imagine, with the restaurants here serving a three course meal including wine for less than £7 per person, things are very happy in the Monslow camp at present ( well accept ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet